Our client requires the support of an Intermediate Project Manager with Telecommunications Construction experience to support a large Albertan wireless build project (12769).
Open to Calgary or Edmonton candidates, working out of their respective cities.
To be competitive you will possess :
And to compliment it would be nice if you also had :
Telecommunications Construction Management Experience
Responsibilities of the Role :
Manage small to medium telecom network capital projects (mobility and / or wireline) within scope, on time and on budget
End-to-end accountability of project delivery
Assess deployment plan or business case to develop project scope statement
Collaborate with planning, engineering, procurement, build, and operations primes to prioritize and schedule project deliverables
Collaborate with build implementation teams to identify and balance internal resource allocation
Lead regular meetings with stakeholders on resolving implementation issues and variances, and develop action plans to manage changes or issues on projects
Regular reporting and communication on project status, budget, and quality
Tender and award work packages within internal processes to external contractors to meet project schedules
Manage and monitor external build contractor performance
Site Inspection as required to ensure scope, quality and schedule of work adhere to client standards
Effectively manage change requests on projects
Manage program financials in accordance with corporate financial policies and tools (SAP)
Manage risk within program and escalate issues where appropriate
One year contract, strong possibilty of extension.
Team Size : 17 people, split between cities
The role will require 10% travel through Alberta Project Management Project Manager 5 - 7 years Telecommunications Build Network Design / Manager 5 -
7 years Describe how your experience aligns to a role of an Intermediate Project Manager to support a large Albertan wireless build project (Must-have)
What is your experience in Telecommunications Construction? (Nice-to-have)